The GPS Few Initially Wanted
While you likely don’t know Bradford Parkinson, you rely daily on the technology he championed. Parkinson, emeritus professor of engineering at Stanford, was chief architect 40+ years ago of a Global Positioning System (GPS) now ubiquitous in our cars and phones. It’s tough to imagine today, but hardly anyone wanted to fund GPS development before Parkinson’s arrival.
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